Onduline Questions & Answers
Onduline roofing is a lightweight, eco-friendly and easy to install roofing solution. It offers fast waterproofing and can withstand windspeeds of up to 120mph (192 kph). This versatile option is a premium upgrade to shed felt and comes with a 15 year manufacturers guarantee.
Onduline roofing should be treated as a fragile roof so you should never walk on it directly. If you do need to walk over it the use of crawl boards will be required. Care must be taken not to damage the corrugations.
Onduline is made from 50% recycled content and is an extremely tough, lightweight, corrugated roofing material manufactured utilising a base board produced from recycled cellulose fibres which is saturated with bitumen under intense pressure and heat. Onduline sheets are finished with a colour pigment and resin impregnation process which “stains” the colour into the sheet to provide excellent colour retention properties and enhanced U.V. resistance.
Onduline roof sheets are a lightweight roofing system and should be treated accordingly. Onduline is a very durable and extremely tough roof sheet once installed on a roof in accordance with the Onduline fixing instructions.
Onduline has been manufacturing bituminous corrugated roofing systems for nearly 80 years, and is the global market leader. The roofing sheets are perfect for meeting today’s requirement for ‘greener’ construction solutions. They are made from 50% to 60% of recycled fibres. and have one of the lowest carbon footprints when compared to other roofing products. Asbestos free, contain no hazardous materials and are completely safe for both animals and humans.